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Old 01-10-2012, 02:54 PM   #1
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Default My New Carbine in 9 MM

I just picked this up this afternoon - Just Right Carbine in 9MM. Uses Glock magazines. It came with a 10 round mag and I bought an extra 33 round mag. I have optics on order from Amazon. Hitting the range this weekend to test it out and I'll follow up with a report.



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9x19mm Just Right Carbine from EMF

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Old 01-10-2012, 03:00 PM   #2
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Nice stick.

Looking forward to your RR.

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I'm interested in what you have to say about it after a few hundred rounds. Should be fun to shoot.

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Thats a lit better looking than my old hi point 9mm carbine. How much did that run you? Let me know how it holds up for you.

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JR Carbines is on the FTF Vendor list. I believe they were giving a 5% discount to FTF members.

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It looks cool but for the prices they list $630 and up.... wow.. maybe if it was in the $200-300 range. At that price I could build a 9mm AR. And would be able to change out my upper to shoot .223, .22lr, even 7.62x39.. my wife has the hi-point 995ts and loves it. She was hitting milk jugs at 150 yards and it only cost $225

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Finally got to shoot it this weekend in 20 degree weather no less.

I put about 100 rounds through it without a hitch. Little recoil and pretty accurate. No problems with feeding or ejecting. I'm still dialing in the red dot scope I put on it. After an hour my hands were numb from cold but I was making one big hole in the paper at the end.

So my first impression is that this is a nice rifle that is fun to shoot.

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I added a grip/bipod/flashlight and got a Gerber Gator Jr. machete too.

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I added a grip/bipod/flashlight and got a Gerber Gator Jr. machete too.

That adds up to just one thing: Zombie slayer!
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